Tales from the Mahabharata: Vidura expounds further on this chapter Long Arms, Trust, and Fools
Vidura Niti – Dhritarashtra asks Vidura to share more words of wisdom since he was not satisfied with his advice, full of ‘dharma and artha.’
Vidura talks about deeds, consequences, of the five senses, and ends with an oblique answer to the king.
Vidura tells the king Dhritarashtra about the traits of kings and persons
Vidura spoke to Dhritarashtra about using the one – intelligence – to differentiate between the two thorns, Six Vices, and More
king Dhritarashtra called Vidura for words of comfort and wisdom. Thus begins the five-hundred shloka Vidura Niti of the Mahabharata